Category Archives: apologetics

Tips for Converting Romanists to Christianity

#1 To begin, make sure you target the lowest hanging fruit. Talking to a Catholic who knows anything about Catholicism, history, logic, or the Bible will only frustrate you. Your targets must already dislike the Catholic Church and prefer to … Continue reading

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Bible Ninja Answers a Catholic about the Protestant Church of Christ

Non-Catholic Christians, I often answer questions for Catholics, too! Which Bible Version Does the Protestant Church of Christ Use? …and… How Do Catholics View Mary in Light of Mark 3:20,21—in How Jesus’ Family Thought He Had Lost His Mind? These … Continue reading

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“No Creed But the Bible” Is a Ridiculous Lie

Ministers and laypeople of the Protestant Church of Christ, You often profess pride in your lack of a creed, but you utilize a creed-like mantra as both a statement of belief and a disparaging commentary on Christians who do confess … Continue reading

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Patreon Plug

If the absolute reasonableness, quality and thoroughness of my material bothers you, just try to shut me up by becoming a Patron. Your support might encourage me to quit. I’ve a couple videos in the works, and I’ll get them … Continue reading

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Ecclesiology, Part 3. Responses to CofC Protests

CofC’ers, Your members ordinarily first object to the Catholic Church of Christ’s self-understanding of what Jesus’ spoken words mean by arguing from the written words of a different language—by divorcing the text from its creator or insisting that Jesus would … Continue reading

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Appendix for Previous Post: Every use of “baptism”, “baptisms”, “baptize”, “baptized”, and “baptizing” in the English New Testament (NIV); with possible contextual modal indications.

New International Version chosen because it is an accepted and popular version within the Protestant Church of Christ. Matthew 3:6 Baptized in the river; “In” does not specify depth, but rather, they entered the river. No modal indication 3:7 Many … Continue reading

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Spiritual Fatherhood, Part 4. Beware of Robes

CofC-ers, The Protestant Church of Christ often objects to the Catholic Church’s use of vestments (robes), and believes that its use of vestments are an indication that it is a body that Christians should “beware of.” This particular objection is … Continue reading

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